Global Campus Partnership with Rights Livelihood Award Foundation
"We think that this cooperation […] should really serve to not only reclaim democratic space, but also to make sure that there are young people and new generations of changemakers to occupy it” Ole Von Uexküll - Executive Director of the Rights Livelihood Award Foundation
Arts & human rights are closely related and need each other. Art can only flourish in an atmosphere of freedom from fear, violence and repression. We attended the Opening of #BiennaleArte2019 and we found many artworks linked to nowadays challenges to human rights and climate change.
- 4 July, Opening of LABIOMISTA in Genk, Belgium - Arts & Human Rights dialogues; - 26 August, Beginning of the 2019 Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy Summer School (Application deadline: 31 May, www.gchumanrights.org/chra).